WI Chapter of the American College of Emergency Physicians invites WAPA members to join them at their annual conference in Madison, March 14-15.
WACEP President Lisa Maurer says, "Come find me at the cocktail reception and please let me know that you're a WAPA member!"
Visit WACEP for more information and to register.
Member of WACEP – $275.00
Non-Member Physician – $350.00
Provider-Other (APP) – $275.00
Resident or Medical Student – $25.00
Thurs. AM Research Forum Only
Wednesday Dinner Only – $60.00
Emergency physicians from across the state of Wisconsin will gather at The Edgewater in Madison for the second annual WACEP Spring Symposium and 26th Annual Wisconsin Emergency Medicine Research Forum. This year’s theme, Building Connections, reflects the importance of connectivity in the practice of emergency medicine and also highlights the joining of forces between WACEP and both the UW and MCW Residency Programs for a collaborate approach at the Annual Research Forum. Confirmed conference presenters include Erik Hess, MD from Mayo Clinic who will speak on patient involvement in shared decision-making; and Josef Thundiyil, MD, MPH from Orlando Regional Medical Center who will address the Orlando Pulse mass casualty incident.
• Identify and summarize an LLSA article that is relevant to your practice • Review emerging trends affecting the practice of emergency medicine • Describe the importance of simulation-based learning in emergency medical education • Describe the results of current emergency medicine research investigations • Review the effectiveness of shared decision making with patients in the emergency department setting • Identify the short and long-term effects of inadequate pain treatment in pediatric patients • Describe the fundamental concepts of telemedicine • Discuss the use of low-dose ketamine as an induction agent when preparing for awake intubation • Review and address gaps in mass casualty plans and fatality procedures
The American College of Emergency Physicians designates this live activity for a maximum of 9.0 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit(s)™. Physicians should claim only the credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity.